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Study: "Tornado Alley" May Be Shifting To The Densely-Populated Southeast

(CBS News) — The part of the country famous for its “Tornado Alley” may be in jeopardy of losing that distinction. A new study says the tornado threat zone may be spreading eastward, to the densely populated southeastern U.S., and that could lead to a “threefold increase” in disaster potential. 532 more words


A call for help due to the NC hurricanes

I don’t do this often. However, a lifelong friend of mine knows someone in dire straits. She asked me to set up a GoFundMe site to help Ruth… 776 more words



I was in the mood for an action disaster film and I’ve been interested in checking out the Hurricane Heist for a while so I decided to give it a rent and see what I thought. 264 more words


5 February 2016, Friday – Books

When I read I like literature that deals with death and violent crime. I really devour it.
One of the family members recommended the book: “Hinterbliebenen-Nachsorge” (Bereaved Families – After Care), published by Sybille Jatzko and Fritz Hitzfelder. 736 more words


Today in disaster resilience (19 October 2018)

Please find below links to some aspects of disaster resilience that were in the news recently…

Recent emergencies/disaster

Storm Callum: One killed as Wales suffers ‘worst flooding for 30 years’ … 1,856 more words


The Hell That Majorca Is Living.

Alejandra Cabanas, Spain.

The hurricane Leslie caused the worst situation that this city could imagine. Its streets are full of water, causing the departure of the Majorca’s families, disappearances and deaths. 305 more words